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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2G, 1891.
SOME SENATE SKETCHES.
MANNERISMS AND F'ECULIARI.
TIES QF STATESMEN.
flow Tliev Appear to an Onlookei
From the Pre Gallery Sherman
Delights In Talking on Financial
The mannerisms and peculiarities of the
-national sn'ons in tbo (iebatei on the senate
at floorantAa iid, nnin-
V tunes amusing and fre-
f quently ntoreinterest-
V , v than tbo form 01
et-sence of tbo discus
sion. Sherman, o.if
of the most attentive
of the Senators him
self, tomnnnds less
attentic n than is sup
1 osed. The to:n:rj
iir.ajjine he shows orf
his f'ra and fee.iue tc
the be.-t advantage in oliti. il or "Moody
skirt" po einio. '1 l is is not so. At such
linis he lioromes the p' arii-oe t the cyt
and ear, nfTenting humility in tiie ton"s of
his vciiee and tol. ranee in the n n"ie-i:p of
his court nance. Nothing sti.nulatts
Sherman's rhetorical geniti-i s: much as
the subject of fold. While on pol tics
he Feems to smile cont'nuously, on t nance
he waxes eloquent and d;ealful, prophetii
and pessimitic by turns. He beats the
open statutes with his clinched hand, rat
tles treasury documents at his adversary,
and to hear him say ' three hun-n-n-dred
mild l ion dollars"' is to experience all thy
auricular ecstaey his voice seems capable
On ord 'nary legislative topics he is nnre
conversati nal than rat ricul. He speal s
rapidly monotonoi sly so. Iatmstly
active in mind and practical .n bi m.tinn.
his desire to put things plainly in short
sentences suffers for waut of readiness ot
speech. His voice is penetrating
though with the far away toie of an echo!
His instim t of muscular emphasis every
now and then inspires him to point a fore
boding finger at the uuoffending president
of the Senate, and when he is excited by
some real or fancied menace to the treas
ury vau'ts, he almost attain a mild per
sonation of the melancholy Jeremiah
anticipating the divine deereo.
It would be difficu t to determine
whether, necirdiug to the !a sin defini
tion of the qualities of oratory, Edmunls
is jocose, facetious,
urbane, or a crmbi
nation of the three
Ciceronian parts and
the serious sagacity
of the Greek model.
He is certainly the
great disputant of the
Senate acute, free
from the vice of pas
sionateness and gifted
with the ability to de
fend and to accuse
in the same sentence.
He never appea's or
pleads. He leve's his adversary with wit
or affirms himself on the ground of equity
and looks pleasant all the whi'e.
The judiciary committee :s the wasta
basket, and Edmunds is the cJi;or, of the
Senate. If he could have his own way no
time at all wou!d be lost in roflt ess dis
cussion of the constitutionality of this or
that bill. As it is he contrives to ave
the country a great deal of mom y nn 1 an
noyance by lo!dly snatching im.i. rfect
and foolhardy measures out -l the hands
of other committees to mea l cr murder
them in his own. Every opjioncnt is his
"dear friend," no matter how acrimo
nious the debatp. and when he addresses
himself to the individual, rather than the
subject, he has an ininiitnMe way o:
making him seem small. Th ? same ndi
cation of satisfaction pre -edes and io'.Iows
his remarks. Edmund-,' voi. . ri. -h and
clear, tills every corner and cranny of the
Ingalls' alleged plagiarism has added
no mark to his ratoricnl cr-Jits. vet it
has taken away noth
ing from Lis pictur
esqiieness. which is
compos-id nf the
cliara -tevis i of his
appearaii ce urn e than
the merits of hw
speecn. lie is essen
tially an acto: ml
very good one Far
from being profound
in what lie thiuks, he
is 'exalting iu the
manner c t expressing
JOHN J. INGALLS. It. H? JO'jks lik a
case or persis'.ent weak stomach audspi-aks
like the concentra'ion of a dnzen stronT
lungs as lean and scrupulous in dress as
a Kosebach monk and as loud and loose
with words as a Falstatf. When not speak
ing in a set form or from manuscript he is
given to ungramatical slips, of which his
vigilant acquaintance, Blair, is kind
enough, ccasionllay, to temind him
Precisely drammatic in his or itious, he is
carelessly artistic in debate methodical
in the matter of creating imj ression. nl
ways. He speaks not to convince, but to
confirm, and delights in playii g the par
tisan in the tribune
In debate he frequently accompanies his
remarks with the dexterous manipulation
of a toothpick, which he points, poises and
juggles in a way that fastens attention on
him. Insensibly you get e nphasis and
punctuation out of these grax eful tricks
He is impatient of logical resistance to hia
own views and flares up under fire. He is
the oppesite of Edmunds in manner and
mind. He would fit an epigram to every
honest truth and teach lucidity of express
ion in pompous words and grandiloquent
forms. Ingalls has studied acoustics. He
knows how to thunder, how to produce
reverberation, and this is great power.
Carlisle, Butler and Vane represent
three schools among the scuthernere
Carlisle the philoso
pher and deliberator:
Butler the idealistic
and imp e t u o u s ;
Vance the practical
and humorous. The
la stored witn ma
ranged, and he de
livers them in de
bate as readily as an
unthinking per s o n XJ
carries on a conver-
sat ion of trifles.
john o. Carlisle. There is grandeur in
his aspect, conviction in his words. He
appeals to the reason at all times
Butler memorizes his speeches and orna
ments them with sentiment, H a is capable
of bursts of inspiring oratory, t at is a poor
Vance is given to pointing the truth with
funny Illustrations, and his mUsion in th
senate is aided by bis jovial figure. Black
burn has a stentorian voice and excellent
TTT iAYi V7 -a IvBvhmi"
It. Vest waxes poetic and declamatory
l turns in political oratory, and is, per
haps, next to Carlisle, the readiest debator
on the demo ratio side of the al.'ey. Mor
gan's speeches are as long and as tiresome
as the handle of a German town pump, and
Ca'l vi 8 with him in driving the senate
into the cloak and commit te rooms. They
lioth think and ta'k monotonously.
Gorman has the p ec S3 mannerisms of
an after-diunrr speaker t a church banquet
and wbat might lie
described as a small
voice. Hairis has
an initat'ng drawl,
and in debate is as
sumptive, like Me
Fhei s;n, who never
rises to ask a ques
tion that ho doesn't
have to be stopped
from making a
Reagan is a busy
debater, 1 ut lacks
quickness of percep
tion and ioroe. He ZEBri.os b. vaxce.
is Knocked off bis feet easily, even when
onseious tuat he is right. He is round
mid jolly looking, but is of a heavy and
prophetic turn of mind.
Turpi" t.n lergoes a t ecn'iar transforma
tion .during a speech. He ti-enihlea 11
over uke a case of
acute ague; his voice
starts up with a
hoarse sound and ex
pands like the siren
blast on an ocean
steamer; he stumbles
hurriedly through his
and gradually be
comes steady enough
to hold a sheet of his
manuscript so that it
can be read. His
legal efforts are lis
tened to with atten-
kavid s. ti nr-iE. tion and profit.
Cockrell, when satisfied with the argu
ment he is about to advance, runs a thumb
into the right arm-hole of his vest pattern,
as if he said to himself: ""Well, I've got
you fellows now." He debates with
marked intensity, withont losing his head
or good natnre, and makes telling political
Chandler is circumlocutory, jerky, srar-
rulous. He occupies two desks when he
speaks, passing his notes from one to the
other, as he moves about. He has a rasp
ing voice and can make himself very
offensive to the Southerners, which he
does upon the slightest pretext. Blair, on
the other hand, is becoming the jester of
the Senatorial debates, as if the laugh
with which the country rewarded him for !
his laborious speech upon the educational
bill had proselyted his many-sided serious
ness. C ullom, whether he intends to do
so or not, reminds one of an idea of Lin
coln, and Evarts is the pink of neatness
and nicety, loth in attire and forms of
speech. Allison is clear-headed and virile.
He uses the uplifted finger, in the Doug
lass style, spanks one band with the other
by way of emphasis and then picks up a
book and punches it significantly while
talking at some one on the other side.
When putting a fact he repeats a
gesture commonly used in calling some
one from a distaace. He fid tr eta
with his glasses and fusses a deal until
he settles down to debate, and then he is
perfectly self-possessed. He uses simple
language, is a clear reasoner and is at
ease where nearly every one else is lost
in the intricacies of finance. He has a
sturdy voice and a hand-made invigorat
Stanford, Dolph, Stewart, Mitche'J and
Jones are all readers from manuscript.
with good voices and
Hale affects English
accents and modulated
tones, but Frye raises
the very roof when he
gets started. Spooner
is an advocate, and a
VMsV Exceedingly clever At
ff .W?A!-' ViyvJ 1 adjustin
xJjPuk W moment
r-j'AtHV'' the phy
adjusting his authori-
and arguments to
exigencies of the
moment. He consults
Joseph noLPH. the press gallery in
studying the effect of bis pleadings or re
marks, and is well thought of in that
quarter. He is voluble yet prudent, mild-
mannered in his attacks and sarcastic on
the defensive. Manderson is a conversa
tional gentleman, elegant, cautious and
polished. Iavis is a bassoon.
Hawley often announces that he wishes
only to make a little talk, but inevitably
ends with a tremenduous lot of well,
Fhouting. During a speech his
desk ' litered like that of
an editor. He has iCny panto
mimic gestures, which are performed some
times like a marionette whose wires
ara being jerked too violently.
Hawley is conscise, painfully
honest at times and full of amiable
conceits. He is fond of quoting Latin
phrases with the studied reservation, "If I
remember correctly," and thinks the
Christian mother's knee is a greater
safeguard to the republic than the school
house. In the Senate other statesmen compicu
ously thrive nuch as Sawyer and Quay ;
who expend their eloquence on pension
and postoflice appropriations such as
Ransom and Coke; who sit around like
old. Polonius, asking themselves: ,!But
what is the matter?"
"Washington. Enwia Cowss.
Changes In Supreme Court Kales.
The United (States Supreme court an
nounced some important changes in its
rul'is designated to meet cases brought be
fore the court principally foi the purpose
ot delay. The changes are framed speci
ally to meet habeas corpus cases, and are
the result of the proceedings taken in the
Jugiro electrocution case in New York.
It is hoped that this - modification of the
rules will obviate the necessity for Con
gressional legislation. The most import
ant change made is the ad li tion ot a re
quirement that all appeals, writs of error,
and citations, unless specially ordered
otherwise, must be made returnable to the
Bupreme court within uot exceeding thirty
days, whether the court is in session or
prorogation. Unless the record and case
are docketed within the prescribed time
the case must be dismissed by the court if
it be in session and by the clerk daring
vacation at tho time. The effect of these
modifications will be to bring every case
before the court within thirty days from
the decision of the lower court, except
where for good reasons an exception is
made. It is also not improbable that these
changes will shorten the docket of that
court and be of material assistance in en
abling the body to keep up with current
T. DeWitt Talmage says:
to damnation "
vateof Ohio. Citt or Toledo, I
Lucas Cocjstt. i
Frank J. Chenej makes oath thl he is
the senior partner of the firm of ?. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business io the citj
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will py the sum of one
hundred dollars for each and every ctse
of catarrh that cannot be cured ty the
use of Hall's Catarrh Care.
Frank J. Cheney
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
a. u.. IStK.
A. U.. 1S5B
A. W. Oleason,
kal Notar Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intf rnall?
and acts directly upon the blood aod
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Frops., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
The razor is so-called, of course, be
caute it enables a man to raze wbiskers.
It Is said will sell anything, this is
true in a measure; but for staying
qualities,- merit is the test. Extensive
advertising may sell anything where
it is new or unknown, but after it
comes into general use, it is judged
according to its worth. The continued
and steady growth of Swift's Specifio
is the best evidence of its excellence.
It is most popular where it is best
known. Every bottle sold, sells ten
others. Every one that takes it be
comes its friend, and recommends It
to their acquaintances.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease
Swlvt Spkchic Co., Atlanta, Ga
THE TRAVELERS' OUIDE.I
CQICaOO, BOCK ISLAND A PACIFIC RAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenue sad Tturty
Crt street. C. 11. fekelton, agent.
Council blaSii A Minaeao-1
L& DT Exprena (
Ranras City Day Express. ..
Council Bluffs 4 Mmneso- I
1 :00 am
1 :06 pm
txinncu ninn a umans
Limited VeKtibnle Ex..
Bansaa City Limited
.j10 56 pm
tdmon went. tHoiug cant. Laily.
CHLINGTON ROUTE-C. B. A Q. RAIL
way Dcpat First avenue and Sixteenth at..
3. Youne, went.
TRAINS. ; tUTi. tantva. I
tU Louie KxpreM :45 am S4F1 am
8u Loui Rxprras 7:3S pm 7 :1H pm
St. Paul Express 5:45 ptL 7:56 am
tteardfltown Parseneer 8:Mpm 10:3& am
Way Freight (Monmouth)... r2am 1:50 pm
Way Freight (Sterlin,:) 18:26 pm 10: IS am
Sterling Passenger 7i0am 6:48 pm
Dubuane " 10:39 mm 9:08 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth rtrset. between First and Second
avenue, 8. D. W. Holmea. agent.
TRAINS. Lbivb. Abbivb
aul and Kzpreae...... 8:45 as S:00pm
St, Paul Expr-M 8:lipm 11 5 am
't. A Accommodation :0Un 10:10 am
Aerommodation 7:88 tt 6:10pm
OCK ISLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY DK
pot First arenua and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell. AgenU
TRAINS. Ibavb. Iabhitb.
Faat Mall Expruea 6TlO am! 7:30 pm
Express 2:Jpm; 1:30 pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 ami 3:00 pm
4Kpmj 8:06 am
MOST DIB SCT ROUTE TO THE
-East and South East,:
I eOlNO WEST.
18 iH nm
8 15 am
8 56 am
ar.. Orion., lv
12 85 pm
10 50 am
HI M am
11. S3 am
6 05 nm
St. Louia, Mo
. l.oniHVille .
7 JO am
Passenger trains arrive and depart from Union
Accommodation train leaves Rock Ialand 6:45
p. m. arrives at Peoria 8 :S0 a. ra. Leaves Feoris
7:16 p. m. arrives at Kock Iland lWa,n.
11 00 am
Lv. Rock Inland .
a nn nm
7.10 a n
" Bock Island.
Chair car on Fast Express between Rock Island
and rami in now aireouone.
H. B. SUDLOW. H. 8TOCKHOU8S.
(Superintendent 0nM TkU Asent.
CHAR. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dunick Block. No. SOB 80th SU Rock Island.
Having pnrenaaed a complete tine of UnderUk
Ing gcoodii. with hearse and appuartenncen, and
having secured the aervicea of Mr. Geo. K. Revd,
of Chicago, an expert funeral director and em
b aimer or 18 years experience, 1 ant fuilj p re
ared to gnarantee as uat action.
Mora aufTf-rlnv 4. r-m wf
by lenuUt, WhiIom thaa
all otbvr dlwun rombinrd
and wht-n nra-leetcd pro
duce life lone- Invalid.
auf rumsB riHnixsM, th
wunderful borne treatment
la a mi cur for Wall
or Laaoorrtao-a. Luflunana-
tuuuutmtgnt. Mvnatniatioa, BarrennrM
aaaau eowipiamts pc allax to riml , Fotpaiai.
saFor sale la stock I aland by Harts at Tiihnma.
Taird avesnta aaa Tveatfeta street
- I ' 1 If I
A8K TOUR GROCER FOR IT.
For sa'e by a'l flrt cl Grocery dealer.
John Volk & Co.,
Sa&h. Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring.
sad all kinds of wood work for builder.
Eighteenth 8U, bet. rhlrd sad Fourth are..
HENRY C. SCHAFFER,
-SOFT AND HARD
Office 1431 Set on 1 avenue, comer Fifteenth t.
Telephone No. 1033.
After S3 years experience In teaching Instrn
mental Muic, I will promise yon more theory with
less lessons for the least money of any teacher la
nndsr our supervision, siren each Juvenile pupil
Teacher will save money to order their nunc
Books of n One-third off of marked price on
Sheet mosic to every one. Leave order, naming
sutnor, si my music rooms, isui teoona avenue,
We make a specialty of teaching inexperienced
teacners now to team.
Address me at 1405 Brady St., Davenport, la.
MRS. C. A. NEBEKEB.
17 REMEMBER HfJ
JVA IS THE NAME OF THAT L3 U
Tbat Cures CATARRH, HAY-FEVER. COLD la
the HEAD, SORE THROAT, CAKKER.
Pric XX. rint Bottlca.
For Sale by leading Druggists.
raepABXD oslt bt
Kllnck Catarrh & Bronchial Remedy Co,
B3 JACKSON ST.. CHICAGO. ILL.
B4w mimnnii m
mw ta as- s'A'iVimtwfJUliii: b, uism
IMPlOVfOUTCftlCTIIIC StlT Alt tltrtlttn
om. at miKhl ),ai. (.'taf BtM. Iai
L.. Caatlaa. Mwta atf K i.n riM . t k . . 1 1 a H.a
raKTM. n ...riat ib u MriLTM aaa IIKOIIM aaVBSMIVa.
Mam wiiwi rm . mimi i j . ar lanart vv la m
S1.T a mtm mmt j tal. Sa. aaa aa. l aHajaf
Maaa.li far la itw, Ha'j I .an rm
ABOEJi UXCTUCCa. 11 4-. UlCAM.aU.
Inparta a iniiiaM tranat r.-r la Lh ikim. da
" aii rmra, imin 4M aivolairiUoai. For
aatany au irwcUManiitut U ufiniU for St eta.
msr r. d c n
aisas aawaaa fur aav at M JtaT
ia .aijalta. lifrn riraa-a hum
m aaa aaaaa awaata f If aa iaaa
1 1 1
uau r aaas for malar - 1
ii. a.-y. : "'"fTi'
Fresh Fish. White Fish, Cod Fish.
8ttfli. Smoked lUlibut.
Tickled Herrio?. ttmoked Blostera.
Large Fat Mackerel.
Csdoc d Hmoked Trou',
Faxct Bottle Goods
P. Emilun A Co. Olirta,
Cross Jk Blackweirs Midgets,
Jenny Lin J Stuffed Mangoes.
Imported Red Currsnt Jelly,
" Rsspberr? aad Strs berry Jeilj,
Durkee Salad Dressing.
Armour's Extract of Beef.
Peaches, Strawberries, etc.
Edam. Fromai de Brie.
KeufachteL Ssp 8sg-i.
Cream and Lfmburer.
Wilow. Rsnd A WaUun.
Chase & Sanford's.
High grade Coffees always on baad.
Armour's Star Boneless Bacon.
Gilm ore's Hams and Bacon.
" Pure L-af Lard.
Pi' Feet. Bnele;s llxW,
Poultry always on band.
Florida Orarg?s and L-moos.
1103, Third avenue.
Telephone No. 11C8.
8TATK OF tLUSOIS, i
Boca IsLaaD Corarr. I
In the circuit court T Rnck Island county. To
the May term A. U 1W1.
Robert C. Jewett. va. Caaalua C. Harvaa aad
tatTara r. Hart tub.
Public notice U hereby dvra to the aaid Taaalua
l". li art mat. and sanfora T. Ilanaan. ifcatawnt
of attsrhment iraued out of tb office of te
clerk of and Rock llaad county circuit cosrt.
uira ue KTCBiersu at; oi January a. u. 1SS1.
In the suit of the aaid Robert C. Jewett and
Mint the estate of the aaid Caaatos C. ilartxnaa
and hanford P. II artisan, for the cum of Oh
Tboaaana rive Hundred sod Fftr dollar
(i 1.160 t. directed to the shenn of Ruck lalaiul
county, wtl h sail writ baa been leturcd et-
ecotrd ; now therefore unlet yon, the aaid San
ford F Uafman and C. Hart man ahail
Drraonally be and appear before the aaid Rocs
1 viand connty crcnlt court, oa or before the CrM
asy ot ins next term thereof, to be bolden st the
court bouae in tbe city of Bock Ialand. In said
coanty. on the Srat Monday of Mav A O.
Kive bail aad plead to tbe aaid planUff'a action,
ju1gmrnt will be entered sxaicat voa and In
favor of tbe said Robert C Jeaett. anS o much
of tbe property a'tached a may be aofSc.ent to
astiafy tbe raid judgment and cot, wiU be so'.d
to alify tbe aame.
Rock Maud, 111 , Jan. !4. 1851.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
JaCEjx A He EST. Plaintiff s Attorney.
Br virtue of an execution and fee bill No.SJbC
taaurd oat of tb clrk' o9.ee of tbe circuit roort
of Rock Ioland connty. In tbe state of Illinois,
and to me directed, wfcereby I aa commanded to
mase tne amount or a certain ludcment receatly
obtained arainat Frmerirk M. Boor la favor of
The McConnirk llarveating far bine comtanv,
out of the lands, tenements, rood and caaurl
oi us ssia asienasnts. I bate levied cpoa the
following property, to-wit :
l.oi tnree tsi. in block three (11. In DVkaouA
Toung addition to Milan, foroaerlj- Camden
Mill, in tbe county of Rock Ialand axdsiatcof
Therefore. aceordlnr toald command I aha"v-
ro forealestDublic aactioa all tbe rirbt. title
andintrreat of the above named. Frederick at.
Bopea. in and to the above deaenbed Dranntt. n
Iburaday, tbeKth day f February. l.aill
o'clock a. m . at tbe north door of tbe eosrt boase
la tne city of Kock Ialand. in the connty of Rock
Ialand and atate of lilinbia. for raak in bud is
satirfy aaid execntioa aad fr bill.
UateU at Hock ialand toi aroa4 dav of Feb
ruary, A. D. . C. D.UOR1KIN,
Bbaria of Rock Ialand coaalr, IUIsols.
DMIITISTRa. TOR'S NOTICE
Eftate of Andrew E. Jnhnaon. IWeaaed.
The nnderaitxed nsvine been s pointed sdmlo
latrainx c f tha eatatec-f And crw b J- fcnaMulai
of tne coanty of Kock bland, a tale A lllinoi -ceaaod.
hereby fives atotica that ase wiU appeaf
before the coanty cosrt of Rock Ialand coanty. at
tbe office of lbs clerk of aid coart. In tbe city of
Rock Ialand, st tbe April term. oo tbe ant Mon
day In April Bext,atwtca time all peraooa bavin-
claims aitsinataaid atais ar ootiaed aad
reqaeaU4 to attend. I or t be parpoaa of baviac tbs
same adjoated. All peraoaa Indebted to aaid aa
tate arc reqaeated to auke i s. medial paraaeaU
to tba aatfrraixiwd.
Iated ihi istb day of Fbrssry. A. D.. IBW.
BANMAH JOHNsOJf. Adaiiniatratrlx.
I till Cf ar ttsiistt, lirttt
I tiiSAtT taianii una,
I vnu-tcii aaa sis sta. al
tustacs stsicama. a &atti
TSItn St ltatilTCST.i4-a.
muy ara la Haaa, Uiwl
lb.l. CialM to-a
as trial a rataa-a aul -r ai o
Tba Oreat French stessadj for Sappraasloas
Ladies taa L Did Fariodlcal MB, of Fan,
rraaot: faataalead to accoaapbaa all that at
claimed f or them. To be a aaonthly fortrosbUs
Ccaliar to women Fall directions wUh eaca
t. St pet box or threw tair fw aa. laaHru
Pill Co.. royalty proprietor, apeaerr, Iowa. Tbe
reaain pill ootaiaodof ottokaderC Klatftreet,
Rock Ialaad, Jappa Oo Devaaport, aod ar all
Oea farms for aa'e oe rr at; Uad for atopk
ranr.aw, migwius ar i 1 iisam.
IfrtUlaj f.HSKI I
rauupaawrx. raiOlaa Oa.
Cfr,rrm!lUTAU5KLBU5l 1 I8O80.
PHYSICIAH AKD SUECEC2
SKILL and SUCCESS
Ctroiiic, KeiT2iis ari PriTa-ls DIssesix
food. Failinf Ntfflory, taHauatmf Drama,
Terrible Dream. Haed acd Vtk Ash and al '
tiie cJerta ai taearljraeLyaJ pt4i. Coa
nnbod wb wrver-faiiiM ara.
-SYPHILIS aadaUfcad El3l aad SUa
Diaeaae rerwianeatTjr rati.
SS-KIONEV aad URirtASV coanpUiola,
Gleet, Gonorrhoea Stnctnre, Vartcecela H
ail acM of Getuw-1 naary O-car cavad
pmaapily wuhoat wu-jry to ScmLJh. ajdarys ar
rNa etperiatears. Are sad evperieaos
Important. Coasaltataoa Iree and aacrrd.
"A11 rmtriodrfv ta tir4 ! raia
Forty Yrar- Prartaor evaal-W I Clae tGar
antre Cur- in all fmil.lt ;- .4 Cnraaa.
Iwrwfala. atpbllla. R'a44re 4 kidary (Ha.
eaaaa. Lrararfbva aad (raalr TrMe. Llare
4aipllal. talarra. all liload. Kaia aad et
ar Itli rai ra.
No anattet ho bit iVd la rare yoa. writ
Ir. Clarke a full kiaivy r vwr raar. Huurv
S to 8; Sundiyt, 9 19 ix. Ca'.t oa or addiekS
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
180 80. Clark SU CHICACO. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTEM
A9J Why rraafaatoaaara-traLba4M
' al WralMial wilaul raa m aaa titnim
V J aa4 a Miaa faw I Vra C nalraJ Oa. ra
I auv4 Ira la amvninMef llr. U IS
w anj ryartaji wwrto-wtar rayatr f
' - roujis uu rs:
mJ mw ot Mrwrf, In aa mSiary. oac,
fraaarty todiarrr4aiiawwtbrraaawaj alao
fDOLE-JlBEfl UEI VZtZZTZXZZSZ
T aad BTaddre troabaea, ec wiH Sad oar Mnavd
Traataaeot a Kala. Orvara aad taawr CCKK.
pntrwre tbe above ailweata. lar.WUlia a.
fvho aaa a-iwa aawcai atlrtrtina aa I aaa
diawrw f w aaany year. I niai-rai Sill
nai i-aauiM watra acta rmt rmpm 1 aa
dtaraai a orraoa.aS iiaiWii vtaur UMir
thaa aanaaar atadirtana, as Catry ar wS
eaanred ttTatrif )aanaiSiaaar)a
rairaoi awtorimirra iaiotab rwa.
OMtns frtaa timtu SUau. awad wrta aav
Wilham pnvala prartar. ) tbrat a tnaL
specific N0.8I iSrrrr srsrSr?
UTER1KE EUTROPHIC ?ZXZU
Tall or writ t w Catatnra aod laf uraaauua bet or
rtawillinr olbrra. A Mr
a na raassaf ri svssiiwtk m
189 Wocoasis SrauT, MU.MABKI1,
VaiaT aTaarSmia "uaTMIrAI akaTa
THE UOLINE SAVI06S BADK
(Charted bf tbe Leclslarsre of nilaoia.)
MOL1NE, - ILLS.
Open dally rracs IA.M.I4 1P.M. aad oaTaae
oay aad balarday avrctnc rroca T to
Inlereat allowed oa Despoaits at the rate
or 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
1 and Upwards.
SXCLR1TT AX DAD VANTAGES.
The prtvaia property of th Traatoas is raapoa
Sibls to tb depoaitora. Tbe after r ars proaibt
ted from borroanaK any of rta saoaeya. Mlaats
aad aoarrled women pravected by awecal law.
Omcama; Wassbora. PreaHeot: Pws
rss baxaama, Vic President; C F. Uiurvtt,
Tacwraas: 8. W. Wbaelock, Porter klaaer.
C. r. Besseawa, I. SUa Lea. O. U Edwards,
Hiram Darling. A. a. Wrvbt, t. a. Keaiae. U
H. Hemeeway. C. Vttrtbom.
tW 1 ha onl y charorred aavlna Baa ta Bock
W. C. MADCKER,
Bsvtax parchssed tbe
Property wblch be La bad refitted for tbe ba
ts! baaineaa, it aow preiare4 to aoceav
asodata traastrat oesta.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very reaaoaaV. prices.
Be la also ecgafed la tbe
at tbe aaaeplao with a caaice lot of Groceries.
Fans produce a epeciaSty.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ.I
Paascarmoss a KractaLrr.
Fourth Are. aai T wentw-Tblrd 8t
rJ. M. BUFORD,
The o'.d Pir aid Tlr4rird Ooaipaalea
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Batea as low a aay tv4taWeaora-ar caa -ffirHL
. r palra.a ia alcald.
tJr OSce la Arr bUxa. 4
a m araaoaVdsasl
ba Iradtnr wiaoly to
I arrilj U aad nam
aJe la wwa naval mw m
r to all nftmi,
A- J. KltrSKK aCIV,
. . . ia rx a
saasai aw sj
UliriTirCfC Taachas rtsstsdaadsa
t aai 1 a a. sj aa aaa taw
I I atrsaasra
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